Ugandans in the drought-stricken northern part of the country have lost crops and livestock. Now they're resorting to disguising themselves as South Sudanese refugees to gain access to grain, flour and high-energy biscuits distributed at camps.
Large dams often draw scrutiny for their impacts on the local habitat, from fish stocks to plant life, but they can also disrupt society, rendering traditional livelihoods obsolete in the name of economic development.
A good source of protein, and delicious fried. The trouble has been that the insects can only be had during certain months, but researchers are seeking to solve this problem and, in turn, reduce malnutrition across the country.